Jennifer and Dimitrios Lambris both come from Greek families, and they have been living with a drab, cramped kitchen that has little space for preparing their big family meals. They want a functional space with better lighting, updated appliances and a traditional Mediterranean style.
Vicki and Joe Graham have an outdated kitchen with dingy old cabinets. They know they're ready for a makeover, but they can't decide between rustic cottage style or modern French country.
The Robinsons' kitchen is completely outdated and way too blue... blue countertops, blue walls and blue tile. Joe and Susan would love to have an eco-friendly kitchen with better flooring, lighting and energy-efficient appliances.
The Jaslars' kitchen has definitely been lived in. The countertops are coming apart, the ceiling has had water damage and the hardwood floor is hard to maintain. The kitchen has reached its breaking point, and host Lauren Lake and her team revive it in French country style.
The Chambers are a couple whose kitchen has worn-out cabinets, a wacky layout and lawn chairs for furniture. The lack of space cramps their style when cooking and entertaining, and they are ready for a modern update.
The Richard kitchen belongs in a time warp. It resembles a cave, boxed in by way too many cabinets. They want to improve the layout and make it more family-friendly, and host Lauren Lake and her team have just the right option.
The Leones' kitchen is old and cold from the beaten cabinet doors to the holes in the vinyl flooring. Host Lauren Lake and her team spice up their kitchen with cottage style.
The Blitz family kitchen is outdated and yellow, yellow everywhere. They feel that the kitchen is like a puzzle piece that doesn't fit with the rest of the house and have asked for help in giving it openness, functionality and contemporary style.
The Tomasello family's kitchen might not look that bad to the human eye, but it was poorly constructed. Homeowner Mark has done his best to update the kitchen himself, but it's time to call in professional help.
The Muholland family's tight kitchen is putting a cramp in their style. In fact, lack of space has forced them to use the dishwasher to store pots and pans. Host Lauren Lake and her team rescue this kitchen and give it a lovely cottage style.
The Haubs' kitchen has hideous wallpaper, rusted metal cabinets and a poor layout. In addition, it's too white -- from the cabinets to the floor to the appliances. Host Lauren Lake and her team plan to turn this outdated kitchen into a timeless, traditional style treasure.
The Brown family's kitchen is tiny, outdated, and dysfunctional. And believe it or not, it used to be a lot worse, but when Steve and Beth Brown purchased the home ten years ago, they immediately made some updates. Now, a decade and three children later, the kitchen that they partially repaired has deteriorated, and they are ready for a traditional style renovation.
The Sites have a hodgepodge kitchen where nothing matches and everything is discombobulated. What's worse, like most older kitchens, it lacks functionality. The Sites are hoping for a stunning modern makeover.
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